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FREE Career Workshop (including CV advice)

If you are out of work and seeking new employment or you are changing career then get yourself down to Grand Canal Hotel on 30th September. The NRF are holding a FREE Career Workshop for 100 people and you could be one. There will be a range of stuff covered including “writing a world class CV”

Details for the event are outlined below …..

The workshop will run for 90 minutes and will cover:

• Writing a world class CV
• Where to find the next job
• Advice on dealing with recruitment agencies
• Improving interview skills and techniques
• Networking skills
• Negotiating salaries

The goal is to provide insight and support to candidates who are currently in a difficult job market. Free Jobseekers Workshop is targeted at all levels of candidate, from junior through to senior management.

Where & When?
September 30th from 6PM to 7.30PM at the Grand Canal Hotel, Dublin 4 and will be presented by NRF Committee member Peter Cosgrove.

Register
To register a candidate for the NRF Jobseekers Workshop or offer your services for the CV Clinic please contact the NRF office on 01-8161754 or email name and contact details to director@nrf.ie

Workshop – Stand out in a tough market – CV, Interview, Jobs

Excellent workshop in Dublin on Saturday 25th April. The chance to work with two of Ireland leading Career Experts – Paul Mullan & Jane Downes. The workshop will focus on Job Search Strategies, Impact CV’s and Interview Skills. This is a MUST ATTEND for anyon out of work or changing careers. As we are all aware the job market is highly competitive in Ireland – fewer jobs and more cometition for them. You must stand out at every stage – finding the jobs, targeting the jobs and performing at interview.

The workshop will help jobseekers in three key areas –

Finding Jobs – effective job hunting

Targeting Jobs – Make your CV stand out

Landing job offers – Performance at interview.

If you would like more information or to book a place please email paul@measurability.ie (please quote the site you found the workshop details on). Full workshop details below

This powerful workshop is led by two of Irelands leading “on the ground” Career Experts – Jane Downes of Clearview Coaching Group & Paul Mullan of Measurability. It will enable the opportunity to access expert opinion and advice in three key areas;

• Job Search Strategies – How to access the hidden job market.
• CV’s & Cover Letters – How to market yourself & get more interviews
• Essential Interviewing Skills – How to sell yourself & get more job offers

Workshop & Booking Details

Date: Sat 25th April 2009
Venue: Bewleys Hotel Dublin Airport
Address Baskin Lane Cloghran, Dublin
Workshops: 2 separate workshops – morning and afternoon
Time: 10.00 – 1.00pm & 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Cost: €120

Each workshop is limited to 15 places so book now to avoid disappointment – email paul@measurability.ie or via booking for contact us

Career Direction

“If you don’t know where you are going, any road will take you there” – Lewis Carroll

It is important to have a clear goal when job hunting. A lack of focus or direction may result in ending up in the wrong job BUT it will also be picked up by recruiters and employers and may go against you in the recruitment process.

It is important to clearly define what it is you want answering some of the following questions
What role/roles do you want?
What geographic location will you consider?
What industry are you targeting?
What size of company – Multinational or SME?
What salary/ package do you require?

By answering these questions at this early stage it can help you focus your efforts and those of any 3rd party representing you helping you get the job and conditions you want. But most importantly when it comes to selling yourself at interview you will be able to get your message across clear.

Need Interview Help? Interviews & Job Interviews in Ireland

CV Preparation in Ireland

An impact CV is a key ingredient for success in the job market. Unfortunately most CV’s I review do not sell the owner and lack impact. Below I have outlined a number of excellent articles that can help you improve your CV preparation skills. Improve the quality of your CV and you will increase interview invitations. This will help you land your dream job.

Common CV mistakes – Avoid!!

As stated most CV’s I review are flawed. They fall down in many areas but there are common mistakes I see every day. Here are a couple of articles which will outline some of the most common CV mistakes you should avoid. Read CV Advice – mistakes and CV Preparation – mistakes.

CV preparation – CV Layout & CV Format

CV layout and CV format are very important for an impact CV. CV Format & CV Layout outlines some of the basic CV format and CV layout points to consider. Take these on board when writing your CV.

How many pages? – CV Writing

A common question I am asked by jobseekers is “how many pages for a CV?” CV Advice will answer this question.

CV Writing & Interview Coaching

Do you need professional CV writing support? Measurability CV Service offers a professional CV advice to jobseekers across Ireland. Need Interview coaching?

Dream job with Microsoft training Vista on a Cruise Liner – Need CV’s!!

I just got word of jobs with Microsoft working on Cruise liners training groups/individuals on Vista. These are 6 month contracts paying $250 dollars a day (plus free food and accommodation).

If you want more information view this post.

If you don’t see any posts on the site for the next 6 months you know where I am :-)

CV Service & CV Advice – Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick

Quite often the CV is not the problem

I regularly get requests for CV writing and design services from jobseekers only to find out that this is actually not the problem. When jobseekers are not attending interviews it is obvious to think the CV is not working. Quite often the CV is reasonable and the problem lies in level of activity and job search strategies. This is where a little black recruitment book comes in handy as it will provide a clear picture of what you are doing. It sounds obvious but if you are not applying for jobs you will not get any interviews.

Are you struggling in the job market and don’t know why. Speak to an expert!!